Most trumpet players blow downward a bit too much; as a consequence, the pressure point lies on the lower lip. The result: a thick, dull tone without treble and smoothness. The present technical exercises help to shift the pressure point to the upper lip. Thus, a much better treble, a finer tone and generally a better embouchure is gradually achieved. This also helps to keep the lung more open when blowing and to develop better lung volume and strength. Not least, it helps to avoid postural impairment, e.g. damaged discs or atrophied lungs.Contains all-important information on trumpet techniques, a 'check-up' for advanced players and professional trumpet players.